Daisies and Ladybird

Daisies and Ladybird
Daisies and Ladybird

Tuesday, 5 November 2013

Last of Summer

However much I love flowers sadly I have never had green fingers, I planted this rose bush and it has barely survived the first year and produced only two roses, one at the beginning of summer and one just a few days ago. I picked it yesterday because Of plummeting temperatures.

Last of Summer
Oil on canvas board 6"x6"
SOLD

10 comments:

  1. I love the velvety red rose and it's many nuances of color. Beautiful !!!

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  2. One blessed rose that was saved and made eternal! Lovely Azra!
    Growing roses among others is a tricky job and I struggle with them all the time at my home in Bangalore. The rose that I planted at my son's home even with out being taken care(busy people can not take care of a garden :-)) is still yielding lovely flowers regularly! May be it is something more than just green fingers :-)

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  3. I always love roses. This is beautiful Azra. As always :)

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  4. Oh my.... Arza that is stunning! Wow! The colors are FABULOUS! wow.. pat yourself on the back

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  5. This is magnificent, Azra!

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  6. ,,,but you managed to make the rose survive, that's good :-)) And the flower produced is stunning , love the colors and the beauty of the simplicity in this composition.

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  7. This rose will live forever! It's painted so beautifully , those edges of pure red on the petals are wonderful !!!

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  8. This rose is gorgeous Azra, you can almost feel the petals. Really well done!

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  9. Maybe next year the bush will produce more buds - they often do that don't they? This one is so lovely, you have truly mastered painting the rose.

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  10. As always, this rose is painted beautifully, Azra. Sometimes rosebushes take a few years before they produce well.

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